£10,000 damage caused to rectory in break-in
The PSNI are investigating after a rectory in Maghera was broken into and damage caused to a number of panes of glass.
The incident happened sometime between 5pm on Thursday 22nd and 6.20am on Wednesday April 23.
The cost of the damage caused to the property on Tobermore Road, which is undergoing renovation, is thought to be in the region of £10,000.
Police are keen to hear from witnesses or anyone who was in the area and might have information that would be useful to them.
If you can assist police with their enquiries into this crime, call them 101, quoting reference 346 23/04/21.
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